Epiphone E Series Guitar Amps Now Shipping

Solid State Amps With Tube Tone      18/10/05

Epiphone E Series Guitar Amps Now Shipping
Triggerman 60DSP

Epiphone's E Series range of amplifiers as revealed in our coverage of the winter NAMM show are now shipping.
The Epiphone E Series uses proprietary 'Tube Tone' circuitry to emulate tube response and warmth in a solid state amplifier to create a lively, warm sounding amplifier that is lightweight and robust. Comprised of three models; the Firefly 30DSP a 30 watt combo with a 10" speaker and 17 DSP selections, the Triggerman 60DSP, Triggerman 100HDSP (guitar head) and Trigger Cab (4X12 speaker cabinet), the range has something to offer for every level of guitar player. Starting at only $150.00, Epiphone sees the range as a great value for the customer, allowing players to 'buy up' in features without sacrificing quality. Epiphone say that the look of the E Series is noticeably high end, boasting details and build quality usually reserved for amplifiers of much higher price. Aesthetic highlights include rich burgundy tolex, 2" cabinet radiuses with meticulous hand covering, vintage basket-weave grille cloth and a cream colored, heavy gauge steel faceplate. The amplifiers' cabinets all feature a subtle, offset 'café' cut in the front baffle, accented with piping. Features such as 16-gauge, spot welded steel chassis, durable metal cabinet corners and high quality tolex covering assure the player years of reliability. All E Series Amplifiers feature 2 Channels (Overdrive and Clean), 16 Selections of DSP plus separate Digital Reverb, and E Series speakers. Henry Juszkiewicz, Chairman and CEO of Gibson Guitar said this of the new E Series, "With the E Series, we wanted to create a great sounding line of amplifiers with meaningful, not complicated, features. It all started, by design, with great tone at a great value made for the guitar player. We are making a great amp that's also a great looking amp. We're very proud of the results. We're getting very positive reviews and responses from musicians playing them on stage." More info:
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